Tony moves balls better than anyone in my opinion. He kicks better than anyone and his knowledge of the rails rivals the filipinos.if tony is not running out he has no chance of beating fedor.
fedor is learning as he goes he sees the moves put on him
but when he does it back to you the cue ball is alittle closer to the rail or the ball than you did it.
i know tony was not bearing down and filler was smoking but look how badly tony got beat in roys basement by filler
He is one of the best bankers in the world. Ball running is the "Weakest" part of his game, and that is still better than most. His shot making is terrific, but his patterns are slightly flawed to me. That match against Filler was a fluke in my opinion. Tony's biggest enemy is himself in a lot of ways. If he isn't playing great, he stops taking his time to look at the table and execute his shots. It's like he starts whacking at the balls instead.
Gorst is the best offensive one-pocket player, as is expected for a rotation player of his caliber. But in terms of how well he plays the game, I think his moving is average. He banks very well and I am impressed with him at such a young age. I predicted he would beat Chip and he did so handily. In a few years I don't think anyone will be able to beat him once he becomes more seasoned. But I'm talking about now, not years in the future...
Just one man's thoughts =)